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CailinDeas | 20:43 Tue 17th Feb 2015 | Body & Soul
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Anybody use one? Any comments? Thank you.


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I have never seen one or indeed seen one in action.

I have never seen any scientific studies to suggest that salt therapy helps in COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)

Should salt inhaled into the lungs? Yes, in my experience salt is a mucolytic agent ( helps to break up mucous ) and salt solutions were used to drip into tracheostomy patients to break up the phlegm and ease breathing.

So yes, give it a try as it will do no harm.

Remember it should be used as complimentary to scientific drug therapy...steroids and bronchodilaters. ....not instead of.
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Thank you so much Squad. You inspire confidence.

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